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Session Laws, 1933 Session
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ALBERT C. RITCHIE, GOVERNOR. 977

shall have been issued or granted or any provision of the
law relating to the same or to the sale or disposition of
spirituous, fermented or intoxicating liquors, beer, ale, por-
ter, wine or liquor of any kind having a greater percentage
of alcohol by volume than one-half of one per cent for
beverage purposes in Baltimore County shall be violated
at or upon the said place, room, dwelling house, building,
structure or premises, or in the event that such license
shall for any sufficient reason under this Act be revoked
or forfeited, then it shall be unlawful for any license to be
thereafter granted or issued to sell any such liquors at such
place, room, dwelling, house, premises, building or struc-
ture whatsoever or upon the site, land or ground thereof
or appurtenant thereto within a period of five years after
such violation, revocation or forfeiture, and any license
therefor within such period is hereby strictly prohibited;
and such prohibition shall not relieve or exempt the person
or persons to whom such license shall have been issued
from any punishment, penalty, forfeiture or liability pre-
scribed by this sub-title for any violation of the pro-
visions hereof or of any of the conditions upon which a
license hereunder shall have been issued to such person or
persons or from any penalty, punishment, forfeiture or
liability prescribed by any law relating to the sale or dis-
position of such liquors of any kind in Baltimore County
for the violation thereof.

421. No bar shall be conducted or maintained upon any
premises in Baltimore County under or by virtue of any
wholesale or retail or brewers' license authorized to be
granted or issued by this sub-title, and no spirituous, fer-
mented or intoxicating liquors nor any beer, ale, porter,
wine or fermented beverage or liquor of any kind having a
greater percentage of alcohol by volume than one-half of one
per cent for beverage purposes shall be sold and consumed
upon said premises except in a room or rooms and gardens
in and about said premises where food is also sold to be con-
sumed; and not more than one license shall be granted or
issued to any person, firm, association, club, company or
corporation, and a man and wife shall be deemed and con-
sidered one person hereunder.

422. It shall be the duty of the judges or of any judge
presiding in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County upon
complaint made in writing under oath by any citizen of
Baltimore County, and after granting a hearing upon rea-
sonable notice to the licensee or licensees complained of

 

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